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SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 1916.
Lest you might not know ll, thia
Tho advnnqo Fall styles Will ibo all
tho rage by Eaator.
What has become of the old fash
ioned Bilk-hattod crook.
You can never work up enthusiasm
for baseball in tills sort of woather.
Wo suppose tho peach crop is
trembling in tho balance thia oort of
Tho county-to-county circus is all
right per se-tho trouble is with the
actors in it.
We haven't heard of Spartanburg
waxing enthusiastic over the ap
proaching Atlanta music festival.
Wo hopo Villa wont b? killed aa
many times ns the Crown Princo of
Uormany has boon done to death.
Tho Mexican will (Ind that fighting'
an American soldier ls a good blt
different from fighting with a bull.
. . That this in tho moving season IB
attested by tho fact that the second
news story ot a baby moved ia a
closed folding-bet has Just been print
ed. This'baby was a month old and
lived in Waverly, Ohio, its mother
laid it down, and tho unobserving
mover? shut up the bed and carted lt
off. The baby was rescued three
hours later, none tho worse for Its ex
perience./ This is not, ho wc vor, an
argument for leaving bableB on fold
ing-beds on moving day. It morely
shows how tough a''baby may be who
IS raised in Ohio.
,V.' Oxtmiaodihromproacomie add; dlm
ethyloxtmidomesoralamido ; domcthy
lanild bazonensaltlcbydo; dlmethylc
; thonetetracarboxylic ester; trisod
This is not a disquisition in a
strangely foreign' tongue. It ts not
even the names of mountains In Mexi
co. It is five items on a Hst of re
uuio??ons made hy a New York hos
pital. The cha H ties. commissioner in
to whose hands it' carno found it too
much for him and sent post-haste for
tye.;.'cit? chemist, who declared the
?0Bmiffi:faji& weltftoowik chemicals.
The list was then O. K'd. It merely
; proves that there aro 'nore words .in
" the English language than c~ dreamt
of in oar vocabulary.
Jona BI imo i*cuis, SEVENTY- I
Jchn Burroughs, naturalist and'
writer on nature, celebrated bin ?ev
eiity-niiith birthday by having a maple
sugar boil with his grandchildren.
Tlicy made "lockjaw," which is Hie
result of boiling the maple, sup over
an open lire und then cooling it in the!
snow. Mr. Burroughs Buys "lockjaw"!
ls a good name for lt, und adds that
he ls quite as nirong as any of his
Mr. BurrougliK has Just had Iiis por
trait painted by the Princess Lwoff
Parlaghy, to lils groat satisfaction,
.and tho unveiling made au excuse for
a second birthday celebration. Tho
portrait, showing the keen, twinkling
eyes and long white heard, might well
bc ita-ken for an idoai picture labeled
"Grandfather. lt does not, however,
indlcato any slippered ease. The
? ilgure, seated, is poised ready to rise.
And this alertness ls characteristic of
John Burroughs nt 79, just as it hf?"
liocii during his long period of work.
Kor moro than a huff century Mr.
Burroughs, by lils writing und by bli
untiring example has boen interesting
Amerkamp in tho study of their na
tive birds and animal life. What his
old-time friend Walt Whitman lias
boen to American poetry, John Bur
roughs is to its nnture-loro. And still,
ut seventy-nine, while people father
to do him honor, ho is finding his
chief interest in tile progress of the
"HUSBANDS ABE HADE"
"When a woman came to me, pret
ty and dainty and fluffy, nfter hav
ing flied papers for divorce from tho
man she had lived with for sixteen
years, I asked her what sort of a man
lie was on their wedding day. He was
tho finest squarest man In the world,
sho said. I assured her she had
mi'clo a bungling job in the years;
she had changed a good man into a
Lad ono, instead of making him n won
der for tho world. For a woman is
the creator of lier own matrimonial
This was the statement of Mrs. L.
I'.rackett Bishop of Chicago, who lias
been giving Bnniplo 6 cont hu." cens
at the Kenwood Swedenborglan ; rish
house to provo that worklng-glrls cnn
bo well fed on 3.1 cents a day.
"Young mon are ufrald to make
proposals bocaiiBO they think all tho
girls want flowers and limousines
when they really only want a shiny
dishpan and a man to love. Husbands
are made, not born, and every hus
band ls mude according to tho de
mands of a woman's brain."
Mrs. Bishop has been married
twenty-six years to a husband who
has, apparency, boon "mado" to her
Thin isn't an argument for a girl
to "marry a man to reform him," for
thc -kind of man who cannot reform
himself hasn't enough backbono to be
good luiBband-maklng material. But
it is truo that in any human associa
tion people aro apt 'to become what lo
expected of them. The wife-or the
husband, either-who steadily ex
pects strength of character, fineness,
ability, In tho llfc-patrnor, and who
? helps pave tho wuy to the acquire
ment and enriching of good qualities,
ls likely to find 'them there.
APES TO SERVE MANKIND
Dr. Jules Qoldschmldt of the Pas
teur Instituto, Paris, hus a unlquo
plan to promote Ute welfare of the
race. In a stateiuer.it to the American
people he .proposes to uso the anthro
poid apes ns a living laboratory for
the study of deadly diseases and prob
lems of human growth.
Most ot-the progress ot recent de
cades In tho treatment of disease, Dr.
Gold8chmidt reminds us, bar. beon
mads possible by experimentation on
animals. .Surgery owes much to vivi
section Wo obtain our antl-dlph
th?rla scrum from the horse. Ex
amples m.?ht be multiplied indefinite
ly, but In nearly all such work there
is a serious handicap. The animale
utilised uro so different from man that
scientists cannot be sure that a dis
ease or remedy will net on a human
being as it does on (the animal. This
Is where the man-like apes have c.
peculiar value. ' .
it has been discovered that th?
.blood of the gorillas, euimpanxeet
and orangoutangs ia the same aa hu
man blood. They have similar physi
que, are subject in PTO a oral to th?
acme diseases, and ?how about thc
same symptoms. Thu ? tor nearly all
medical purposes, tho upes may bc
treated as substitutes for men anc
He wants, therefore, to establist
an apo colony, where tho animals cat
live under nonna), healthful condl
tiona, and whare medical experta cas
po r?o rm all Sorta of experimenta or
them. He auggesta ? small island 'ic
a tropical or sub-tropical . climate
Tilt' French government had actually
gran!< 1 lor this purpose a long-term
t< ' oi Hie Inland of Kos, ott the weat
roast ot Africa, but tho war prevented
thc currying out ot the project. Dr.
t;oldiechmiiit now appeals lo Ameri
ca. He would like to have the use of
a ?mull island In tim Philippine or
Hawaiian group, and nuke some
American philanthropist to provide
money to carry on Hie work.
Aside from tho purely curative
purpose of tho plan, lie proposes a
line nf research that ia startling.? He
would experiment, with the apes to
barn thc possibilities of controlling
the growth of thu human body and
brain. He hints at weird manipula
tions of tho thyroid and hypophysis
glands, which SCOUIK to exercise mys
terious control over physical develop
ment. He hints that the power of va
rious vital organs may he greatly in
creased, und that brain development
ilr.3lf may perhaps be stimulated,
with corresponding gain of mental
Through Hie monkey, regarded by
scientists as a sort of arrested man,
wo may then learn how to help man
forward still farther on the evolu
tionary road. And there la the amaz
ing implication that wo may lind a
way of promoting tho evolution of the
monkeys themselves, bringing them
moro nearly to u par with our own
THF ARMORED 1<I/ARI)
A pacifist .organization created a
sensation in New York the other day
hy parading around the streets with
a reconstructed dinosaur mounted on
a wagon. The animal-if a lizard is
an onimul-looked very much as he
mUBt have looked In the remote era
when ho cumbered tho earth. He waa
about fifteen feet high, with a. huge,
gi cen body ant? a small, yellow head,
ills distinguishing feature was the
bony xldgo running ulong lils back
and down his tall like a row of jag
ged mountain pcak3. It was a horrific
suit of saurian- nrmor.
A placard tied to lils neck bore tho
Inscription, "I was prepured-and seo
what happened ito me." Ncdclesa to
explain, tho dinosaur fi extinct.
It isn't necessary. However, to draw
uny such moral from this unpleas
ant old beast. The trouble with Mr.
Dinosaur was not that he was pre
pared against his enemies, 'out that lie
didn't have sonso enough 'to adopt the
right sort of preparedness. The sci
entists say that, to govern all the tons
ol' avoirdupois he toted around thoso
prehistoric swamps, he had only a
few ounces of brains; and we might
Infer as much from the way he ran
to backbono-nrmor instead of an In
telligent defensive system.
Ho might have developed horns Uko
tho buffalo, or teeth like the tiger, or
po werful paws like the Hon, or tusku
Uko the elephant. He might have
i'rhed an lnksqulrtlng system like
tho cuttlefish, or a flre-suortlnij ap
paratus like tho dragon-copiad by
tho Germans today-or heels like the
Missouri mulo, or a smaller paunch
and a lighter set of feet to run away
with when attacked. Any of these
devices might have saved this mons
ter from destruction. But he con
tented himself with growing a lot of
armor plato that ?coat bim a lot of
vitality and made him tired just to
carry it around. And when he was
ii f tn ru eil by (in nnomy With rca!
l-l ainu and offensive armament, all
ho could-- do was to curl himself up
tu hiB armor, something Uko a mod
en- armadillo or a turtle, and then
walt for claws and teeth to scoop out
UI-J ediblo portions of him. And that
must have beon one of tho favorite
outdoor sports of his malicious neigh
bors, because one full-grown dino
saur would provide an amazing num
ber of soft, Juicy portions.
No. the dinosaur is no argument
as. i: in st preparedness. He's simply an
argument against unintelligent, un
progressive defensive systems. He
reminds us of the suggestion of ono
of our inspired pacifists that, if the
United States were attacked by a for
eign power, we could all retire to
fastness of the Rocky Mountain and
defy tho invader to drag us out.
Weather Forecast-Partly cloudy
Sunday, coolor on coast; Monday fair,
"Several people have called in today
to get their lyceum tickets," stated
tho secretary of the chamber of com
merce yesterday. "We have- these
tickets here and will expect tho peo
ple to call for them as soon as pos
sible." , ..
"Pieane say that no jurors-nocd to
report for court duty on Monday,"
stated. Sheriff 'Joe Ashley yesterday,
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pBp?pJijHAT is your pleasure Plaids? Plains? Hard finish
! ?i^?Mi con-jrning that new or soft? Domestic or imported? :
iii titP,4^^Si Spring suit ot yours? Suit your own taste. You !"
L?s2??i_r-i j_)0 yOU want it ultra write your own ticket when
%\ vopue-:isli in cut-or sedately- your suit is Royal Tailored-to
! conservative? your-ordcr. ||
!| - Select the woolen from the largest [Sj,
jj Do you like long, narrow, collection of fine custom tailor fabrics j!;1
peaked lapels? Or short and to be found ia America. Choose the
stocky ones? A snug, close- fashion from 74 distinct style plates. |
fitting waist-line? A sofr, Royal clothes are always made- |
pliant, English coat-front? to-order. But that means, to the I
i? . , order of your preferences as .veli as : III
And as to fabric? Subdued to the dimensions of your body;. jj,
jj and soft hues? Or bright, youth- jj,
some colors? Stripes? Checks? $3jQ ^S? I
j ^ B. O. EVANS & CO. J '
none o? thc jurors are expected to
"There seems to be soruo mlsun ter- Thou shalt remember that filth
standing among thom. Since no jury breeds, and that flies make funerals,
case J are to be tried in this court,1 Then uhali gather and burn all
sort? of combustible rubbish.
Thou shalt wage, continual warfare
on nrosdSj dandelions and untrimmed
Thou shalt whitewash, or paint, thy
buildings, and 4teep thy premises
Thou shalt not spit on sidewalks,
or In any public place or conveyance.
? Thou shalt not sweep thy side
walks, in the business section, after
7:30 a. m. ? *
Thou shalt not throw tin cans or
rubbish in any^hack yard, vacant lot,
Thou shalt strictly obey these pre
cepts, that Anderson's name and
fame -may be tho foremost of the
cities of Ute land.
Mr. J. S. Fowler has filled an order
for Mr. James P. Rice for 500 pounds
of bermuda grass roots-enough to
plant one nero- to be shipped to Mr.
J. M. Rico nt Hampdcn-Sidney College,1
Virginia, Mr. Fowler sayo that his
bermuda grass crop is worth $1,000 a
year to him.
A play, entitled "The Masonic
Ring," will bo given at Union "school
Saturday night, April 22; admission
10 and 15 cents. Everybody is cor
dially invited to bo present.
The "County Fair" wMl bo shown j " _
again In Anderdon during the Clem-1_
son encampment, according to an an
nouncement by those In charge made IvIlAlRIiCETS
yesterday. It will be shown at pop- _'_' ' ' . .
ular prices, nnd several new.features.
wilt be added. Local market 12 cents. *
-?- New York Cotton.
The^peoplo ot tho city are already 0pen ?High. Low.
taking much intorost In the Clean Up May . . .11.80 11.90 11.80
campaign which la :o be waged in An- Jjily . . .11.06 12.07 11.88
dsrson ?tarin? the week beginning get . . .12.14 12.28 .12.14
April 1?. Already many aro cleaning- N Y 8p0t8 ij.oB.
up their, premises and ?ro painting \ .? ' |
and whitewashing fences. ' . .
The following are the : Ten Com- Liverpool Cotton,
mandmontn for a clean city: May-June .> ..?7^41*
Thou ehalt locate, report and-abate, juiy-Ang .. .. .. .. .'V7.40
all publi? nuisances. - Sept-Oct .. ;.. .. .. .,7^5
Thqu 'shalt pr?vido a covered re- Receipts^4,000. ,
ceptacls for all manner ot house and |n!.e? 7 JJ0' -! ;
atablo rolase. - *PQ_.. '
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periments comes back to Firestones.
The man of experience sticks to Fire
stones. Graduate now into the exper
ienced class who enjoy
MOST MILES PERDOLLAR
See tho Firestone man and find ont why yon
can get this extra service at average COBL
Automobile and Motorcycle Tire?,
Tubes and Accessories
WE WILL PAY YOU CASH %
FOR ALL JCINDS OF OLD RAGS
RE?D--Thls includes all kinds of old Rags, clean and dlrty-^AnythiDS. .
which is nir.de' of cotton or wool such os old clothes, dresses; shirts, stocking,'
pants, "coats, veris caps, carpets, under-clothes, in fact anything which.is cloth
-Get up gjBhipment'for us. Get the rags-from your house, from out in 'ao
street, from thc city's dump.pile, anywhere, but got them. Ship .in bales or
bags. Sepd at least 200 pounds at a time-Mall us bill ot lading
Be Quick-Don't Waste Time-Ship ns soon as you get tUs- ; \
Yours for ? lilg business,
, CAROLINA HIDE & JUNK CO.,
* Chaton, S.C. I
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